Stacey Kennealy
Director, Certification Program and Sustainability
Stacey Kennealy is Director of Sustainability at GreenFaith, where she helps Houses of Worship and faith-based schools ‘green’ their operations and educate their members and students about protecting the environment. 


She also directs the GreenFaith Certification Program, a 2 year leadership program that provides guidance, tools and resources to help congregations undertake significant environmental initiatives. She mentors nearly 50 congregations and manages over 15 denominational/organizational partnerships through that Program, including partnerships with the national Episcopal Church, and the Reform, Conservative and Reconstructionist Jewish movements. 


Stacey has authored Repairing Eden, a sustainable food guide for faith-based institutions, as well as a food audit co-produced with the Johns Hopkins Center for a Livable Future, and is co-author on recently published energy conservation and asthma toolkits. 


An honors graduate of Rutgers University with dual degrees in ecology and environmental policy, Stacey previously worked with Rutgers University’s nationally-respected Director of Purchasing on various “green” purchasing initiatives and as a leader of an environmental project at The Lawrenceville School.


Stacey has completed training with the Cloud Institute for Sustainability Education, The Center for Whole Communities, The Climate Project, Yoga Life Institute, and the Property and Environment Research Center.  In 2010 Stacey was named ‘Top 40 under 40’ by the Pennsylvania Environmental Council.

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